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By Madu Chikwendu Failure is an orphan and success has many cousins. This is an English adage, but when transplanted to Africa and Nigeria in particular, where you are your “brother’s keeper” (take it or leave it), then you can imagine the number of relations Brand Nollywood has suddenly acquired over...

By Madu Chikwendu The broadcast sector remains part of the Nigerian economy, with its attendant problems. There is the need to look at infrastructure that...

By Madu Chikwendu Last weekend in Sun Valley , Idaho USA media moguls including the likes of 21st Century Fox Chairman, Rupert Murdoch, debated the future...

By Madu Chikwendu On May 26, the Steven Spielberg-led jury announced Blue is the Warmest Color, by Tunisian born  Abdellatif Kechiche, as winner of the...

By Madu Chikwendu The Oronsaye committee has recommended the full fledged commercialisation of Nigerian Film Corporation (NFC), for the sister agency,...

By Madu Chikwendu While in Aba, Abia State, recently on a visit, a very disillusioned citizen screamed to my hearing: “They are all Boko Haram …they...

By Madu Chikwendu Failure is an orphan and success has many cousins. This is an English adage, but when transplanted to Africa and Nigeria in particular,...

By Madu Chikwendu According to online edition of The Guardian of London “Kenneth Heilman and his team at the Department of Neurology and Neuroscience at...

By Madu Chikwendu On May 29, 2014 Democracy Day, Borno State Secretary to the Government (SSG), Ambassador Baba Jidda (a very eloquent gentleman) dragged...

By Madu ChikwenduIn Recent times three announcements may have created hope that the global media order long skewed in favour of the west may finally achieve...